Danielle Fair joins the BWINTAF team as our Outreach Coordinator!
Meet Danielle Fair
Danielle grew up in Inglewood, CA; a small city that had limited resources and opportunities. She graduated with a B.S. in Psychology from Barry University and served as an AmeriCorps VISTA (Volunteer In Service To America), where worked as a Veteran Coordinator at the San Diego District Attorney’s Office in Community Programs, now Prevention and Intervention Programs. After two years as a VISTA, Danielle returned to school and received her M.S. in Conflict Management and Resolution from the University of San Diego. Her Master’s research project focused on how the conflict in homeless shelters between residents may hinder their success in the program and securing housing. Danielle has extensive experience in developing and managing programs and projects. She has worked with various community and government stakeholders to build evidence-based and effective processes to support those who are underserved. Danielle has worked with veterans, homeless victims of crime, domestic violence, and human trafficking victims, youth, documented and undocumented immigrants, people who are incarcerated, and the formerly incarcerated. She is passionate about advocating for those who are misunderstood and overlooked. She believes that the community is and will always be the experts when it comes to their needs and how to support them. Danielle looks forward to bridging her national community outreach and program development work to the international field. She is eager to connect her wide-ranging knowledge and experience doing ground-up community work to address gender-based violence and trafficking in persons globally.
Join us in welcoming Danielle to the BWINTAF team!